Tesla shares fall after Cybertruck launch, Amazon sues the Pentagon
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Tesla share price fell 6% off to the company unveiled its new cyber truck on Thursday night..
CEO Elon Musk revealed the futuristic looking Navy, before its windows was smashed during a live demo.
Musk took to Twitter after the event saying the truck survived smash tests before the launch, and that pre orders have reached 187,000.
Amazon is suing the Pentagon over a $10 billion cloud computing contract awarded to Microsoft and According to the Associated Press, Amazon said the contract decision involved political influence stating President Donald Trump's frequent criticism of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.
The White House has not commented on the suit, but Microsoft says the contract process was thorough and fair.
And finally, Google employees have once again turned out to protest company management.
On Friday, staff gathered at Google's San Francisco office to protest the standing down of two employees claiming the company was attempting to stifle workplace organizing.
Google did not comment on the protests.
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